Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I need the exact size of the four fuses inside of this amplifier, i replaced them with 6.3amp fuses and the protection light still stays on, and the fuses blows out, what should i do?
I think you will find that something has failed and is causing a short circuit, that's the reason the fuses are blowing and not because you are fitting the wrong type.
I should look at the main devices (anything on a heat sink) first. If they are transistors, you can test them with a Ohm meter. If it gives a reading as if the transitors was acting like a piece of wire, it's gone.
Sometimes you might see evidence of burning or even a hole in something.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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